Broadway Licensing Global chose 29 schools to become the first in their U.S. state or territory to perform the new high school edition of the hit Broadway play.
At Clearfield High Theatre, the students designed a colorful Playbill for The Yellow Boat.
Taylor Iman Jones, Andrew Barth Feldman, and more will be on hand to celebrate all things youth theatre.
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The NYC-area awards recognize the best in high school theatre, with winners continuing on to compete at The Jimmy Awards.
Three new titles are joining the group's Playscripts imprint, offering budget-friendly plays to educational and non-professional companies.
Music Theatre International is now accepting license requests for the West End and Broadway musical with a score from Tim Minchin.
The program introduces theatre design to high school students from underserved and underrepresented communities.
The move expands the company's audiovisual Stage Gear division, allowing rentals on a plug-and-play mic system to theatres.
Find out which exceptional school productions will perform at the annual festival in Bloomington, Indiana, this year.
Tony nominee Taylor Louderman and Ben Rauhala created the contest to uplift emerging musical theatre songwriters.
Samantha Hurley's play about a middle schooler who plans to kidnap and marry the Spider-Man actor played an Off-Broadway run in 2023.
The play is not yet available to license but interested teachers can start reading the script to prepare.
The group will license the plays via the Dramatists Play Service imprint.
Find out how to submit yourself for consideration.
Taylor Iman Jones, Brittney Mack, Arielle Jacobs, and more will appear at the weekend-long festival of all things youth theatre.
Concord Theatricals is celebrating the Best Musical Tony winner's 50th anniversary with a special competition.
Find out which colleges and universities had the most alumni working in the field of directing, design, playwriting, and composing.
The celebration of all things youth theatre is set for January 12-14, 2024—and Playbill will be there.
Rochelle Chang, Talya Epstein, Lisa Jantze, Edgar Page, and Hollie Wright will receive $10,000 each to support the next steps in their dance careers.
The new appointments are part of a move to add artists to the roster to both serve as trustees and act as mentors and advocates in the industry.
The program is kicking off by sending NYC and New Jersey high schoolers to Broadway's Purlie Victorious.
The press agent and producer is a 2020 recipient of a Tony Honor for Excellence in Theatre.
Broadway Licensing Global has selected two schools to host pilot productions of the Olivier- and Tony-winning play.
The work's 2021 West End premiere was filmed and is available to stream via BroadwayHD.
The adaptation of the 1982 film is written by David Yazbek and Robert Horn.
The schools will each receive $10,000 grants from the Educational Theatre Foundation’s Pathway program.
A new competition from Broadway Licensing Global will award first-of-their-kind licenses of the new high school edition of the Olivier- and Tony-winning play.
The program dedicated to fostering new works honors the late playwright's legacy of mentorship.
With songs from the 1971 film and an original score by Hairspray's Marc Shaiman and Scott Wittman, the musical played a Broadway run in 2017.
Students will have the opportunity to perform for an audience of Broadway casting agencies and decision makers.
The annual event celebrates the best in high school musical theatre.
These high schools will receive $10,000 grants to perform Dick Scanlan's updated version of the Meredith Willson musical.
The new musical, which premiered Off-Broadway last year, is based on the Jodi Picoult and Samantha van Leer novel.
Theatrical Rights Worldwide will publish a six-play collection, the first of an annual series, from online submissions.
Featuring the songs from Alanis Morissette's landmark 1995 album, the musical has a book by Diablo Cody.
Penned by Clue: On Stage playwright Sandy Rustin, The Cottage is currently making its Broadway debut.
All students accepted into the program will receive full scholarships beginning next fall.
The complimentary workshop is free to anyone engaging with playwriting in a higher education program.
Seth Rudetsky will emcee the January 2024 event.
Written by Dean Pitchford, Doug Besterman, and Timothy Allen McDonald, the musical made its world premiere at Off-Broadway's Atlantic Theater Company in 2019.
Ten $10,000 grants will be awarded to high schools looking to perform Dick Scanlan's updated version of the Meredith Willson musical.
Go inside the three-day NYC workshop for theatre teachers with this special journal from an attendee.
Our DIY Playbill program–creating tool can help ensure your local theatre organization continues for generations to come.
This guide takes you step-by-step through FAFSA financial aid application, helping you pay for your performing arts education.
High school songwriters across the U.S. can submit an original song that could appear in a musical.
Find out which colleges and universities had the most alumni performing on Broadway during the 2022-23 season.
Music Theatre International is partnering with Latiné Musical Theatre Lab on the new initiative.
As theatre moves online, PLAYBILLder brings the in-theatre program experience along for the ride.
The play straight from the wizarding world will be available for schools to license in 2024.
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